WHO: Academy f Musical Performance (AMP)

WHAT: 8th Annual AMP Summer Camp – SHOWCASE CONCERT

WHEN: Saturday, July 30, 2022 • 6 to 8 pm

TICKETS: Pre-Event Tickets are $20 per person ($30 at the door), $5 for kids under age 5, and a special opportunity to become an AMP Angel for $30 with VIP seating! Tickets are available online at www.ampcv.org. Food and refreshments will be available for purchase.


The public is invited to attend Academy of Musical Performance (AMP)’s 8th Annual AMP Summer Camp Showcase concert featuring teen graduates of AMP’s Summer Music Camp. After an intensive three-week experience, the 24 local students have formed into 4 bands and will perform original songs created as a part of their curriculum, plus favorite classic rock hits on stage at Hope Center’s Theater. Come see the camaraderie and new friendships, plus enhanced musical talents that emerge from this amazing summer experience, taught by ten music professionals and supported by many businesses and individuals in the Coachella Valley.

During AMP Camp, the students focus on music instruction, band formation and live performance coaching, songwriting, stage and sound management and a variety of other projects. The teen musicians are between the ages of 11-18, and represent eighteen Coachella Valley schools.

Everyone is invited to attend and celebrate with AMP!


AMP Summer Camp focuses on encouraging and educating teens about the many intricate aspects of the music industry. The instructors include singers, songwriters, producers and management professionals. In the three-week camp, participants form a series of small rock bands, and experience rehearsals, workshops, individual instruction, and live performances.


The Academy of Musical Performance (AMP), founded in 2014, is a Coachella Valley non-profit that focuses efforts on music programs for children of all ages. The many contemporary music education programs share the goal of enriching the lives of young musicians living in the Coachella Valley by fostering productivity and social responsibility through creativity, communication and collaboration in the development and enhancement of musical performance and concert production skills. Programs include Fall and Spring after-school programs, AMP Summer Camp, preAmp, Instrument Zoo, private music lessons and more.  AMP is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is funded by grants, private donations and sponsorships from local businesses, led by a dedicated volunteer board of directors that includes Camille Arujo, Daniel Duardo, Bruce Feagle, Stephanie Greene, Wendy Hope-Heckmann, Michele Penn, Kate Spates, Nick Thompason, Greg Vincent and Roman Whittaker.

For more information about Academy of Musical Performance visit www.ampcv.org or call 760-537-5AMP (5267).